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Antonio Conte told to leave for the sake of his reputation as Jamie O’Hara hilariously lists life stages since Tottenham last won a trophy


Anthony Conte has been told to leave Tottenham now for his reputation as a manager.

The Italian suffered another low as Spurs boss, with the north Londoners suffering a shock loss to Middlesbrough in the FA Cup.

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Boro was good value for their win

Antonio Conte told to leave for the sake of his reputation as Jamie O’Hara hilariously lists life stages since Tottenham last won a trophy

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Where do Spurs go from here?

And Spurs fan John has warned Conte he risks ruining his reputation beyond repair the longer he stays at the club.

“I’m done with this team, absolutely done,” John said on The Sports Bar.

“I think Conte should do himself a big, big favor and leave because he is ruining his reputation at our poisoned club.

“The players don’t want it, that’s the problem.

“It’s the same group of players under four/five different managers now, except for a few. What does that say?”

“It’s so ingrained in Spurs now. It’s not just Spurs fans who have a rib, it’s one thing. ‘Spursy’ is one thing,” Sports Bar host Jason Cundy added.

Antonio Conte told to leave for the sake of his reputation as Jamie O’Hara hilariously lists life stages since Tottenham last won a trophy

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Where does this rank among Conte’s lowest moments at Spurs?

“Maybe you are infected, maybe you can’t get rid of it, you have it forever!”

The defeat also hands Spurs another year without a trophy – unless they make the most unexpected Premier League title charge.

Their last piece of silverware came in 2008 – talkSPORT’s Jamie O’Hara was part of the team that won the EFL Cup.

And O’Hara has hilariously listed the many milestones he has reached in his life since Spurs last won a trophy.

Antonio Conte told to leave for the sake of his reputation as Jamie O’Hara hilariously lists life stages since Tottenham last won a trophy

A lot has happened in the world, and Jamie O’Hara’s life, since Spurs last won a trophy

“I was in the team in 2008. 2008!” O’Hara said.

“I’ve been married, divorced, had four kids, retired from football, been on Celebrity Big Brother, had a new career, new partner and I’m still sitting here talking about Spurs NOT winning a trophy.

“Tell me how acceptable it is for a top six club.”

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